Scientist Immunology

The Client

Northreach Recruitment are working exclusively with an exciting hyper-growth T-Cell therapy company based in London.

The company are a start-up organisation with series B funding, being led by prominent experts within the Immunological field.

Their main focus is on engineering T-Cells to prevent organ rejection following transplantation and to create therapies targeted at autoimmune diseases.

The Role - Scientist R&D

In this role, you will contribute to assay development and characterisation of CAR-Treg products.

This means you will be comfortable designing, developing and executing research on well-defined projects and assignments with minimal supervision.

You will be providing technical leadership to complete research projects.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Contributes to the development of novel in vitro and molecular biology assays to be implemented in the Clinical trial Immunomonitoring plan
  • Contributes to the processing and data generation for the Clinical trial IM plan
  • Understands project goals and executes well-defined scientific projects from evaluating data etc
  • Completes high-quality scientific projects requiring minimal supervision
  • Plans assignments for a research group/project, troubleshoots complex problems
  • Coordinates research activities in the context of a larger group
  • Participates constructively and presents data in working teams and at lab meetings
  • Drafts well-organised documents (SOPs) and reports and draws relevant inferences from appropriate scientific literature
  • Provides scientific guidance and training to more junior staff
  • Complies with standard lab practices and company policies

Experience were looking for:

  • Cellular Immunology
  • Flow Cytometry
  • Clinical trial experience
  • T cell characterization
  • Experience of translational workstreams in biotech
  • Strong laboratory skills and substantial knowledge of state-of-the-art principles and theories
  • Good written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and complete research projects under supervision with moderate input
  • Experience with and application of relevant scientific, approaches and techniques

Personal Qualities/Qualifications required:

  • PhD or MD/ PhD in relevant scientific discipline
East London, England, UK